Friday, October 19, 2007
Here are some items from SPEED about the guests for this weekend's programs from Martinsville, VA:
Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch are going to be guests on Trackside. This program is hosted by Steve Byrnes, Jeff Hammond, and Larry McReynolds. Elliott Sadler is a panelist this season, and has done a good job.
Ryan McGee of NASCAR Images is the media guest on Tradin' Paint. This program is hosted by John Roberts and features Kyle Petty as a regular panelist.
More guest information will be coming along shortly.
You may comment on these guests on this post. Thanks for stopping-by.
Friday night at 8PM Eastern Time, SPEED Channel will carry the season-ending Toyota All-Star Showdown from Irwindale Speedway in California. This is the finale of the NASCAR Grand National Series and hosts drivers from all parts of the country.
Mike Joy will be calling the action for SPEED along with Dr. Dick Berggren in the booth as the analyst. On pit road will be Ralph Shaheen and Jim Tretow.
This program is scheduled to run three and one half hours in length, and last season featured some very good short track pavement racing.
Note: There will be another page for comments about Saturday night's big finale at 10PM Eastern Time. Thanks for your emails on that subject.
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Friday afternoon at 3:30PM Eastern Time, ESPN2 will present qualifying for the NEXTEL Cup Series from Martinsville, VA. This program is live and is scheduled to run for two hours and then join the Friday thirty minute edition of NASCAR Now.
On-hand to do the commentary will be Dr. Jerry Punch, Rusty Wallace, and Andy Petree. Reporting from the pit road will be Allen Bestwick, Mike Massaro, Jamie Little and Dave Burns. The ESPN announcers have often been located in the Infield Studio for this program, which restricts them to watching the TV monitors for the action.
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